As a medicine, honey is the bee's knees

Dec 5, 2011 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: South China Morning Post

Now research has started to show that it is honey's antimicrobial properties that work to reduce swelling, pain and inflammation.

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JohnS

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Dec 6, 2011
 
OMG
If the Chinese take up honey as a medicine, there simply won't be any left for the rest of us!
Jenny

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I agree and here is a good source for honey http://www.tenonanatche.com/honey.htm , raw honey; http://www.tenonanatche.com/raw-honey.htm or raw wildflower honey http://www.tenonanatche.com/raw-wildflower-ho... .

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